Garden Myths & Misconceptions with the Master Gardeners

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Most gardeners learn about plants from friends and family, but homegrown advice isn't always accurate. Do bigger pots grow bigger plants? Do beer traps kill slugs? Does watering plants on sunny days burn the leaves?  In this fun and helpful presentation, Master Gardener Volunteer Wanda Thomas will help us separate fact from fiction.

To register for the in-person program, please call (330) 652-1704, ext. 3. If unvaccinated, please wear a mask.

For the virtual Zoom program, please REGISTER HERE.

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Add to Calendar 2022-05-19 18:00:00 2022-05-19 18:00:00 Garden Myths & Misconceptions with the Master Gardeners Most gardeners learn about plants from friends and family, but homegrown advice isn't always accurate. Do bigger pots grow bigger plants? Do beer traps kill slugs? Does watering plants on sunny days burn the leaves?  In this fun and helpful presentation, Master Gardener Volunteer Wanda Thomas will help us separate fact from fiction. To register for the in-person program, please call (330) 652-1704, ext. 3. If unvaccinated, please wear a mask. For the virtual Zoom program, please REGISTER HERE. Birthplace Home Zoom McKinley Memorial Library malleman@mcklib.org America/New_York public

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